Google Stadia Live Streaming Started on YouTube Today

Google Stadia Live Streaming Started on YouTube Today

According to The Verge, Google has finally allowed Stadia users to stream their game directly to YouTube, starting today. This feature was recently discovered by 9to5Google, but it was not available to everyone. A Google spokesperson has now confirmed that this feature will be available to all users from today.

Starting a streaming session YouTube offers several options. You can choose if the stream is for kids, there are privacy settings, voice settings, and so on. Also, viewers can vote for certain things that happen in games.

When Google first introduced Stadia, the YouTube integration generated a lot of interest. However, more than a year has passed since the launch of Stadia, and the function has only been turned on now. Prior to this, streamers could only share their gameplay on the Internet using dedicated streaming software.

The potential big benefit of streaming to YouTube is that the entire process is processed in the cloud, so streamers don’t need any special hardware to play or stream games at higher quality settings.

Google Stadia Live Streaming Started on YouTube Today

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